Alopecia areata is a common condition that results in the Hair loss on the scalp and elsewhere. Many times the hair falls out in patches. Alopecia universalis occurs in both males and females of all ages, but young persons and teens are affected most often, requiring that they wear a wig. The symptoms and causes that triggers the condition to start is not clearly known and the doctors say there is no cure for Alopecea areata. It is hinted that an immunological signal is involved. In an emotional sense, the Alopecia can be very challenging, especially for those with extensive hair loss, often necessitating that they attend support group meetings.
I work in a produce store. One day while at work, a woman approached me and asked if I had Alopecia areata. Not knowing what she meant, I just looked at her quizzically. She explained what the hair loss condition was. I took off my cap, and she said that it appeared to resemble the symptoms of Alopecia. I said, “Is that what they call it?” The doctor never told me what it was. He just prescribed some pills and told me to take Maalox if I had any side effects. The Maalox did not help and I became quite nauseated with vomiting.
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The customer sent me some literature regarding an alternative natural remedy for Alopecia called Vitacel GH-7 supplements. There were no side effects and I felt good. In about six weeks, the hair started re-growing in, first the hair growth was on top, and then the sides, and then in the back. I still have one bald spot in the back that is bare, but I know it, too, will fill in time. One of the customers who hadn’t seen me in quite some time came into the store and was surprised to see the new me with new hair growth. He also has Alopecia, but only in the back. Fortunately, he can cover the bald spot with top hair. He has gone to the Veterans’ Hospital, and the doctors prescribed cortisone. That was of no value and he quit going. He is now taking GH7, I know he will be writing, telling of his success with the tablets and his luck in finding out about them.
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